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2-Pack Hitachi 12" Miter Circular Saw Blades

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Lowes.com has 2-Pack Hitachi 12" Miter Circular Saw Blades on sale for $25.98. Store pickup is free if stock permits. Thanks AngryPirate

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Each set includes a 12" 32-tooth general purpose blade and 12" 80-tooth finish and trim blade

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Not 100% sure if this is regional, but I changed my location to random stores in CA, NY, KS, FL, etc. and all had this price.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Hitachi-.../999996034


These are $50+ everywhere I could find online. I've never used these myself, but hopefully some woodworkers can chime in about quality. Amazon seems to have pretty decent reviews though...
https://www.amazon.com/Hitachi-11...B01DDHU22C


Additionally, to make the deal even better, add 2 of these sets to your cart and use one of the $15 off $50 coupons below to bring the total down to ~$40 + tax...
https://slickdeals.net/f/9549456-lowe-s-10-15-50-off-online-coupons-sharing-only-no-off-topic
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No deal in ATL. Good find though.
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Good deal, looks like price applies for me. This was previously a good deal at $30. $25 is even better.

Only thing that makes me hesitate is all the people with more experience saying save your money and just buy Diablo miter saw blades, since they're better quality and will last longer.
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Good deal, looks like price applies for me. This was previously a good deal at $30. $25 is even better.

Only thing that makes me hesitate is all the people with more experience saying save your money and just buy Diablo miter saw blades, since they're better quality and will last longer.
I use diablo and am pretty happy with them for the price. And unfortunately there are hardly any reviews for this particular set... so not sure if there's any issue with this set. However, Hitachi blades in general seem to pretty good reviews according to Amazon...
https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_s...+saw+blade
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Good deal, looks like price applies for me. This was previously a good deal at $30. $25 is even better.

Only thing that makes me hesitate is all the people with more experience saying save your money and just buy Diablo miter saw blades, since they're better quality and will last longer.
The truth is it depends on what you do with your blades. I have multiple blades since I build nice furniture, so I can have one for fine finish cuts and one for rough lumber like 2x4s or rough unplaned wood if it has the possibility of nails or debris.This deal is great for general use blades, then get a nice Diablo or Forrest to keep only for fine finish cuts. It's a slight bit more work to change blades halfway through a project, but the results are worth it.
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why would you use a blade with so few teeth? I'll stick w/my 60-80 tooth blades.
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why would you use a blade with so few teeth? I'll stick w/my 60-80 tooth blades.
I almost exclusively use a general purpose 32 or 40T blade and get very clean edges. Granted I'm just a weekend warrior and not a fine furniture maker or anything. But GP blades usually do fine for most people. Most people are going to sand/paint/stain projects when their finished anyway to eliminate/cover any rough spots.
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why would you use a blade with so few teeth? I'll stick w/my 60-80 tooth blades.
Few for cutting lumber. Higher amount for trim/casing.
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No deal in ATL. Good find though.
Check different stores, I was able to get these at this price at the Alpharetta store but Johns Creek have them in stock too.
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Just a heads up, these blade deals were nowhere near their stated location. Found these at the end of lumber aisle and 7 1/4s on an end cap.

The full-timers at Lowe's really seem to take the worthless lifer mentality to heart. Come at night and maybe a high schooler will know where they are.
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Are they for steal or wood ??
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I almost exclusively use a general purpose 32 or 40T blade and get very clean edges. Granted I'm just a weekend warrior and not a fine furniture maker or anything. But GP blades usually do fine for most people. Most people are going to sand/paint/stain projects when their finished anyway to eliminate/cover any rough spots.
Try doing that on 1" wide plywood decorative piece. Finer blade is best on this. But again, how often does one cut something like this vs say dog-eared fence wood or 2x4's
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the 60T and 80T combo pack is also the same price
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